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9-24-2010 @ 9:35PM
@Fox Van Allen:I'm sorry, but you have the wrong link for the most mind numbing achievement...http://www.wowhead.com/achievement=3356/winterspring-frostsaber"They Love Me in That Tunnel" was a breeze in comparison
9-24-2010 @ 9:46PM
You can actually do both of them together, or at least mostly.
9-24-2010 @ 9:57PM
Oh god...Wintersaber...but I love my purple-white kitty.
9-24-2010 @ 10:00PM
Those Timbermaw party hard. Fiyah-watah!
9-24-2010 @ 11:56PM
Well, technically that's a feat of strength. I was searching in my head for something that gives you achievement points.But now that I think of it, though, each and every one of the PvP battleground factions ... those are the TRULY evil achievement grinds.
9-25-2010 @ 12:56AM
Agreed on the PvP factions =.=;; You get like 1 point of rep per kill it's redic.
9-25-2010 @ 2:34AM
Except for Alterac Valley rep factions... those were easy. If you were on the winning side consistently
9-25-2010 @ 2:54AM
The pvp achivements is by far the most time-consuming achivements ingame..Battlemaster, and AB + WSG rep farming..maybe spent 3-4 hours for the timbermaw rep (yes I know it was harder before, but still nothing compared to the above)..compared to the battlemaster which I spent, help me god I dont even wanna know the number of days Ive spent for that. -_- But it feels great when uve achived it..
9-25-2010 @ 5:40AM
I asked Blizzard during one of those Dev Chats if they were going to make the Warsong Gulch and Arathi Basin rep grinds easier (Such as, y'know, updating them to Alterac Valley's level) and they flat-out said they liked them as they were.TOO BAD THEY'RE TERRIBLE.Where's the rep on kills? On flag returns? On base assaults? On defences? On FC kills?
9-25-2010 @ 8:17PM
I did this the easy way. I started out horde, and when I decided to transfer I spent a few weeks doing the Venomhide Ravasaur quests. Then I faction switched and BOOM instant winterspring frostsaber MWAHAHA.
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